– by Joseph Jammer Medina


A few weeks back, it was revealed that Iron Fist would be venturing back to the small screen in the second season of Luke Cage. The reveal came in the form of a photo from EW, but unfortunately, the details behind it were sparse.

Would we actually see Heroes for Hire? Would they team up for any period of time, or would he just pop in and pop out? Speaking with Black Film, Luke Cage star Mike Colter gave audiences a better idea of what Danny Rand’s appearance in the Luke Cage Season 2 will consist of.

“There are people that love the idea of Heroes for Hire. When people saw The Defenders, they thought the relationship was good between Finn and I and they are curious. They want to see more of that. He will bring some fresh blood in the new season and I’m hoping that people will respond to it well. We are teamed up for a bit. That’s the whole point of bringing that flavor to it. I can see how this works. That’s what good about it. We’re giving people what they want. A lot of times people wanted to see Jessica Jones and Luke and what happens to them; but we went out on a limb, and decided to “let’s give a little heroes for hire somewhere in the season and see what happens.” Hopefully people will respond to it.”

Readers of the comic will definitely like the sound of that. While many fans may not have been thrilled with the interpretation of the Iron Fist, there definitely was something there between him and Luke that was worth watching that. To see a taste for that in the coming season will be glorious, and will help give Marvel an idea if mainstream audiences actually want to see it.

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SOURCE: Black Film

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.